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strikes twice. but we start with the story of a homeowner carrying that knife. it happened in downtown las vegas. the guy ended up stabbing a man who was found cooking inside his kitchen. we thank you for staying with us. i'm reed cowan. >> i'm latoya silmon. this bizarre home invasion is our top story tonight. news 3's antonio castelan spoke with the homeowner. >> reporter: thee the house. the homeowner tells us the suspect was inside here for about 10, 15 minutes. arvi remmelg will never forget the time a robber was cooking sausage in his own kitchen. >> i smell, like, cooking, like -- and after that, somebody came to approach my bedroom door and when he opened the door, then i stab him. >> reporter: this is the pocketknife arvi remmelg used.
into the home invader's chest when he opened the door. >> not very strong. but to the chest. he start to bleed. i don't know. i didn't stab him very, very hard. >> reporter: the robber ran aply. police checked local hospitals and found no reports of a man with a stab wound to the chest. >> i scream to him like get out of here and then he ran away. >> reporter: the home invasion happened near charleston maryland sunday night. this woman lives right next to arvi remmelg and can't believe this happened. >> it's scary. it's kind of nerve-racking, honestly. i'm single. i live alone. >> reporter: arvi remmelg doesn't know the suspect, he says, he says it was too dark to get a description. he says he will be ready if the robber comes back again. >> it's disgusting, actually, when somebody breaking in and trying to cook your food. >> reporter: we're told the suspect left without anything. police are still looking for
charleston, antonio castelan, news 3. >> thank you. police need your help finding two suspects in a murder over the weekend. in surveillance video, from a home near twain and torrey pines, you can see two men approaching a house. police say they shot a man inside, killing him. one suspect was wearing a checkered shirt. the other had a white shirt and a black backpack. both suspects were wearing hats. if you can recognize these guys, you can leave an anonymous with 702-385-5555. a person is shoved in front of a train and killed in new york city. the person was standing on the times square platform when a police officer said a woman pushed the victim. the person's gender is not known. the woman is in police custody. it's not sure if she and the victim knew each other. two men in the hospital after they were shot on the pedestrian bridge between the cosmopolitan and planet hollywood. news 3's sergio avila spoke to
>> those bridges are the life blood of the strip. >> reporter: this metro captain said the bridges help keep people and vehicle traffic moving swiftly. three men last night got into a fight involving drugs got into gunfire. security cameras posted along the strip helped capture the suspect within ten minutes of the shooting. >> nobody was running that camera until after the incident occurred and they helped coordinate with the police officers out there i in determining the path of egress of the suspect so they could coordinate resources and take him into custody quickly. >> reporter: 26-year-old rashaud jackson was arrested and charged with two counts of attempted murder, battery and concarrying a concealed weapon. randy jones was walking along this area and has seen shady activity before. >> i have felt threatened before. >> reporter: why is that? >> just coming down here and
up for everything. >> reporter: police say the bridges pose a unique challenge to law enforcement because they provide potential criminals a bird's-eye view. >> they afford them to see the police coming. >> reporter: uniformed officers also provide a show of force that gary jones says is comforting. >> the police were on patrol. we've seen them in the cars. >> reporter: that's kind reassuring? >> absolutely. we've heard a lot of stories it. >> reporter: metro says everyone involved in the shooting is a las vegas local. so no tourists were directly impacted. the two men shot were taken to umc and are expected to survive. sergio avila, news 3. the trial of a former university of cincinnati officer continued after one of the jurors withdrew from the proceedings due to privacy concerns. ray tensing is charged in the murder of sam dubose. the officer shot and killed him
who responded to the scene, the deputy coroner and even the officer who trained tensing on conducting traffic stops. he told the court some of the proceedings tenning used with dubose were discouraged. jury selection stopped in the case of dylann roof stopped for a few days. this is the first of two death penalties trial he faces. the judge received regarding roof's attorney client/privilege and guaranteeing a fair trial. almost a year after a 16-year-old was shot and killed, justice for his family. today, they asked the judge for the maximum sentence allowed. news 3's denise rosch was in court for the emotional sentencing. >> i'm sorry. i apologize. i didn't think this would go that far or anything like that. if i could take it back, i would.
anybody else. i really value human life. >> reporter: speaking directly to the family of tiyvonne taylor mills, robinson said he was scared the night he shot and killed the 16-year-old western high school student. the crime, caught on police surveillance cameras. robinson said he had just been robbed of watches when he pulled the trigger but he never meant to kill anyone. tiyvonne taylor mills' father >> he shot and killed a child that he didn't know. >> reporter: and the family's pain was not offer. nine months after his death, his mother committed suicide. in court, a friend reading a letter she had written. >> i cry every day. i'm an emotional wreck. >> reporter: robinson was arrested three months after the shooting in california. he later agreed to plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter. his sentence m 8 to 20 years in
taylor said it's not enough. >> you have killed my whole family. >> reporter: she's lost her grandson and daughter. >> i don't think it was sincere. if you didn't mean to hurt someone, you wouldn't have. >> reporter: denise rosch, news 3. it's the final day before decision 2016. if you are headed to the polls tomorrow, you will want to be on your best behavior. there are 300 polling places open from 7:00.m remember, you have to be in line by 7:00 p.m. there are rules. no selfies. t-shirts that show your support for any political party or candidate, not allowed. a picture i.d. is not required but it's helpful. metro police want to remind you voter safety is a top priority for their department. >> we'll have officers frequenting the polling sites to ensure they are safe. >> at this time, we have not received any intelligence
type of disturbance or incident at any polling site here in clark county. >> reporter: don't forget. you can only vote at your designated location tomorrow. we have a list of them on our website, news3lv.com in the "find it" section. remember, once again, you have to be in line by 7:00 p.m. to vote. with just a day left, we want to know if your mind is made up with our question of the day. would anything you learned in the next 24 hours change your vote for president? question of the day. stay with us, your cw news for everything you need on decision night. coverage starts at 4:00 p.m. on news 3. for the big races across the country, we've got you covered. at 8:00, a special edition of news 3 covering the issues and the races that matter to our state. jeff gulp, john treanor, gerard ramalho and denise rosch will have team coverage from both sides of the aisle. you can catch it all on the cw,
election results in realtime on news3lv.com and on our social media platforms. >> if you can't make it to a tv screen, you can watch live on facebook and on twitter all night learn. search us on twitter to watch from your spart phone beginning at 8:30 p.m. the rest of the world is getting in on this action, from rituals. how our countries think the election will play out. what would you do if you needed an organ? one man's hail mary attempt.
oh, oh ? ? roar ? ? i got the eye of the tiger, a fighter ? ? dancing through the fire ? ? 'cause i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? ? oh, louder ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. the desert is where bad guys go when they want to make evidence disappear. but hiding the evidence won't help danny tarkanian. sure, he can bury
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no matter who you are voting for, most people agree that stealing it campaign signs is pre it didn't stop one girl in texas from going for t it was all caught on camera. the video clearly shows a young girl stealing trump signs from a man's yard. after she takes the signs, she disappears down the street. apparently she took a sign from a yard next door before this one. that homeowner says he has another sign in his yard which he will hold down with a wire. all eyes focused on the
wraps inspired by the candidates. the trump wrap is based on steaks, hamburgers, french fries. as for hillary clinton, the chef said she's eccentric. that's why you never know where you will burn yourself. that's why her wrap is spicier. interesting comment tape tari commentary from russia. some gathered on a beach waving flowers and other items. the images of clinton and donald trump were the focus of their rituals. the majority of them predicted that hillary clinton will win but not all were in her favor. police make an unusual find while searching the bag of a woman being arrested.
koala in her backpack. she was arrested and said she found the male koala on saturday night and had been caring for it ever sis. she was taken to the police station and the koala was taken to a wildlife center. it weighs about 3 pounds and has been named alfred. that's pretty sweet. an ohio man bought an usual ad to fly above a college football game. >> here's mary. >> reporter: with the help of his wife karen tom kent uses a dialysis machine two hours a day, five days a week. but ultimately his goal is to have a kidney transplant. he's one of about 100,000 people waiting for a kidney in the united states. he's on a waiting list after un successfully finding a match. >> they encouraged me to find my own living donor.
a cadaver kidney which can take anywhere from two to three to five years for one to come up because there are many more patients needing a kidney than there are kidneys available. >> reporter: that's when he realized he had would have to reach out to more people. so he hired an airplane to fly over the massive tailgating crowd before the nebraska game. >> a tailgating young crowd and, alcohol, who knows what kind of calls i'm gonna get. it only takes one. >> reporter: he's optimistic his phone number in the sky is the life line to his living donor. >> living donors who don't even know a patient with the need for a kidney but they justin --
>> reporter: and tom already has big plans for miss wife and granddaughter for when he's healthy. >> i'm going to disney world! >> some is -- tom is waiting for his ad to pay off. so far he's got three calls from the skein. news 3 is your weather authority. chloe beardsley is standing by. we've been really blessed in the weather department. >> yes. it's been warm. we're seeing record-breaking high temperatures. you would think the numbers would be cooling down. not so fast. it will be warm tomorrow. today looks pretty nice. we're seeing clear skies in las vegas. overall, phenomenal weather, no matter what part of the map you were on. here is a look at our time lapse. in pahrump, you can see everyone attending school. very clear skies near boulder city. you can see right here barely any clouds out there this afternoon. we saw gorgeous weather, hopefully got a chance to spend
even if it's just on your break. a few thin clouds over the mountain in spring valley. look at that. winds are very calm this evening. high temperatures, a mixture of 70s and 80s. temperatures so close to record-breaking, but we didn't break a record. 80 for our projected high -- record high is at 84. you can see significantly above normal for this time of year. many neighborhoods did reach over the0- we'll see the toast yet temperatures continue here for a little bit. outside we're in the mid-70s at hollywood and washington. in the upper 30s on the cooler side of things at mount charleston at lundy elementary school. 70 degrees for the downtown area. the rest of us are seeing very pleasant weather outside. 60s and 70s for the las vegas valley. even outside of the valley, temperatures are looking very mild. 70 degrees for boulder city. 67 for pahrump, 68 degrees for
winds do continue for tonight. the culprit, depending upon who you ask, it's a good thing or a bad thing, a very persistent ridge of high pressure over the area will keep us very dry over the next few days and our numbers, well, they are going to be a little bit warmer tomorrow. this is how strong the ridge is. we have a trough of low pressure right off the coast continuing to push inland. has to go north because this ridge is so strong. it will start to weaken later on in the weekend but our numbers will be very warm over clear, calm winds, nice weather, temperatures well above normal. we're supposed to be at 50 degrees this time of year. things are a little backwards but at least enjoy this while we have it. 57 overnight for overton. mid-60s for lake mead. 58 for boulder city. we'll give you 47 degrees for pahrump overnight. reaching 82 by the afternoon. temperatures tomorrow, will be a little bit warmer compared to today. we're anticipating right around 82.
in 1950. we'll see if we get it tomorrow. winds, only up to 10 miles an hour. this is just a comparison of how close we'll be to breaking that record high. only a degree off and near-breaking record highs will continue into wednesday as well. as far as our cooling trend goes, temperatures dropping down in the upper 70s by thursday and friday. but look at that. oh, my goodness. we're gonna be chilly reaching the yeah, that's still significantly above normal. 6, 7 degrees above what we see this time of year. at least we have overnight lows in the 50s. >> yeah. a little bit of something for everyone. >> yes. >> we'll take it. thank you. all right. now this is really, really hard to believe but most americans are tired of talking about the election. >> yeah. election fatigue. we've all got it.
dan: if a bad guy breaks into my house, i have every right to defend my home. and i will. i have no problem with background checks and good decent americans have a right to bear arms. bad guys? criminals? the dangerously mentally ill? we've made it way too easy for them to buy guns. we have a loophole where dangerous people can walk into a gun show and buy a gun, after that, they could walk into my house, or yours. and i'd rather they didn't have a gun. vo: yes on question 1. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could
stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever...
he's going like "i don't remember!? dunlap: over two thousand police officers
from all across nevada support question 1. i'm one of them. i support question 1 because it will help save lives. haley: question 1 protects gun rights and does something urgently needed: it closes the background check loophole and keeps guns out of dangerous hands. states that have closed the loophole have seen
es. that's a fact. protect our families and police. yes on 1. ask yourself: if joe heck was on your side, why did he threaten to shut down the
government on his crusade to defund planned parenthood? side with the wall street banks when he called nevada's foreclosure crisis a "blip"? and why did joe heck put payday lenders and their shameful interest rates first when he took their money? vada, it's time to put people before the corporate special interests. it's time to vote no on joe heck. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. carmaker tesla is going to start to charge for charging. the electric car company says all owners of tesla cars ordered after january 1, 2017 will have
vehicles at the company's network of charging stations. the fee will apply after about 1,000 miles of free usage annually. they did not reveal pricing. but they called it a small fee that would cost less than the price of filling up a comparable gas car. the majority of americans say they can't stand hearing about the election. but tomorrow if you cast your vote, you would be rewarded in a number of ways. national chains will be freebies. show your i voted sticker at krispy kreme, for example, and you can get a free doughnut. at 7-eleven, you can get a free cup of coffee. that's available on the app. amc theaters will provide live political coverage of the event in 50 different locations
a spokesperson says there will be two separate locations for each political party. probably very smart. the watch party is free and by invitation only for stubhub numbers. coming up at 11:00, veterans day is right around the corner. a local world war ii vote who is a p.o.w. has quite the story to tell. we'll share his story. and meet a man whose goal is to put a smile on your face every day. those stories, plus breaking news as it happens tonight on news 3 live at 11:00. finally here, a woman is trying to change the way young girls see their dolls. >> she's giving the dolls a makeunder because she says most have too much makeup on. emma says that she rescues fashion dolls and will wipe off all of their makeup, replace their clothing and add things like freckles or other blemishes.
>> "e.t." behind the scenes when the stars remember their mentor, garry marshall. >> makes me want to cry right now. and scarlett johannsen, all the way to new zealand. >> i can't believe you're here. >> we're on the set of her new set finding out what it really takes to be an a-list action star. >> everybody needs toilet paper. now, for november 7th, 2016, this is "entertainment tonight." their six children. remember, angie wants sole physical custody. >> it's been nearly two months since angie filed. and now finally, brad is firing back. brad pitt is requesting joint custody of his children. "e.t." has obtained the actor's response to estranged wife angelina jolie's divorce petition. in it, he references their six children.